We belatedly paid tribute on this week’s show to Simon Heginbotham, who died recently.
As well as being a cricketer and beer festival organiser, he was well known for promoting top folk acts under the banner Saltaire Live.
Hers’s the full list of what we played on the show:
Duckworth Lewis Method – Test Match Special
Alice Boman – Heartbeat
Angelo Palladino – Let Us Go Down
Father John Mistry – Disappointing Diamonds Are The Rarest Of Them All
Bella Gaffney – The Blues
Frank Turner – Little Changes
Team Picture – Strange Year
The DMAs – Dawning
The Golden Age of TV – Television
Jon Trawlerman – This Is LA
Car Seat Headrest – Bodys
Sly and the Family Stone – Stand
Maria Helena – Balkan Night
Only a wazzock would begin a blog entry about what he played on his radio show this week by discussing a band whose wares he failed to commit to the airwaves.Â I am that aforementioned hitherto hypothetical wazzock.Â I had all good intentions of playing Salsa Celtica on this week’s programme, and then when the weekly task of packing the record bag full of goodies in preparation for the programme came along, I just plain forgot.Â If you see me on the street, feel free to point and boo me for my continued enslavement to lacksadaisy.
The timing of the proposed play was imperative, as it was meant to serve as a “heads up” – as I believe trendy people say – to the fact that Salsa Celtica, who released their new live album En Vivo En El Norte on 19 April, are set to play at Victoria Hall this coming weekend as a part of this 2010’s Saltaire Live.
Salsa Celtica - only one of them was expecting rain.